HTC One Sales Are Back On Track
Apr 16, 2013
HTC One sales
HTC is starting to catch up with the production of One flagship previously hindered by components supply shortages.
Following several delays of the HTC One release date, the Taiwanese company has finally sorted all component shortages and is starting to catch up with the initial schedule. The shortages of UltraPixel camera and voice coil motor components have caused the newest Android casino monster supply problems.
Will all the problems in the past now, the availability of the HTC One will be significantly improved in the coming months. J.P. Morgan Securities predicts HTC Q2 revenue growth of up to 50% on the last quarter, which has been a disaster for the Taiwanese producer of high-quality mobile casino gambling tools.
HTC is said to be able to ship over 1.2 million smartphone units during the remaining days of April and over 2 million units in May.
The superb smartphone has been launched in March in a short number of countries, and could only sell around 300,000 units up until now. Clearly not the result HTC was hoping for, taking into account the enormous demand there currently is for the latest mobile casino games device.
Industry experts expect HTC to improve the figures now that the supply shortages have been overcome. However, HTC One will soon have a very strong opposition from the Samsung Galaxy S4, which is about to be released.